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Don't be too self-critical xorl. You aren't (imho) an I. ;)

Thanks for your hint. Regards, tos

p.s.: no risk, but fun ...

works fine

# date Thu Apr 22 07:38:57 2004 # perl -we 'use POSIX "tzset";tzset();use Time::localtime;print ctime( +)' Thu Apr 22 07:38:59 2004

Is simplicity best or simply the easiest Martin L. Gore

In reply to Re: Re: perl 5.8 shows wrong timestamp on cygwin by tos
in thread perl 5.8 shows wrong timestamp on cygwin by tos

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